CARY, North Carolina – March 1, 2010 – The Financial Risk Group (FRG) is sponsoring the first SAS Financial Services Executive Summit being held at the new Executive Briefing Center at SAS’s World Headquarters in Cary, NC. The Summit is an invite only event targeting an intimate group of senior executives from the financial services industry and focused on topics such as Customer Analytics, Regulatory Reform, Enterprise Risk Management and the increasing importance of analytic processing of data. SAS Worked with the same specialists who crafted the highly collaborative workshops used for the World Economic Forum in Davos in planning the Summit. Built around a unique workspace format, the Summit will be a highly interactive experience which is both results-driven, and at the same time attendee-driven. Less like a lecture and more like a brainstorming session, the summit is sure to be an invigorating experience for all attendees.
“We are extremely excited to be involved in such a unique meeting of the minds.” said FRG partner Mike Forno. “We are as much looking forward to participating in the Summit sessions as we are in showing off some of the Risk Management applications that we have built using SAS technology.”, he added, in reference to the Intelligence in Action Showcase where FRG will be demonstrating to the Summit attendees.
“We couldn’t think of a better way to spend our marketing dollars than to sponsor this event at SAS.”, said FRG CEO Ron Holanek. “When we were asked to be a part of this event it was a great honor and our absolute pleasure.”
Financial Risk Group is an international risk management services firm, dedicated to helping clients around the world maximize the effectiveness and value of their investments in risk management technology, methodology and processes. FRG provides clients with unique technology offerings, implementation services, business advisory services and thought leadership in various areas of risk management. For more information visit: www.frgrisk.com
SAS Institute, headquartered in Cary, N.C., has helped organizations across all industries realize the full potential of their greatest asset: data. Simply put, SAS allows you to transform data about customers, performance, financials and more into information and predictive insight that lays the groundwork for solid and coherent decisions. That’s why SAS is used at more than 45,000 sites in over 100 countries, including 93 of the top 100 companies on the 2010 FORTUNE Global 500® list. For more information visit: www.sas.com